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2015-09-22 85 views
My family have been a frequent customers of Ban Kee, even funnier to think that we have been following the chef & his family throughout the many years whenever he shifted his stall. A discovery made by my grandpa, this is a place that we always go to for a good hawker style seafood and hokkien noodles.Something that have always been my favourite from this place is their fried oyster omelette. Most times when I have this dish in KL, it is either overly starchy or too dry with scarce tiny little o
Something that have always been my favourite from this place is their fried oyster omelette.
However with Ban Kee this dish is exceptionally good because there's just the right amount of egg to starch, there's also a very good 'wok hei' flavour to this as with everything else that comes out of their kitchen. Plus the oysters that they give is never less than satisfactory and is nice & plump.
Ban Kee cooks this really well as the sauce is nice and flavoursome - plenty of spice to tingle your senses while you begin your execution of extracting the snails from its shell.
My family loves this dish to bits and will drink up the wine sauce as if it is soup itself. The clams that comes with this dish becomes almost like the supporting character even if they are nice and fresh. But it is the sauce that is heavy with wine and has a kick from the ginger, garlic and chilli that makes it amazing.
It is no wonder why this place is busy almost every single time that I am there to dine. Also do not expect five star quality service since it is run by the family and when things get busy, the staff are not the most friendliest. But if you can look past that, then be prepared for a very good chinese hawker style seafood dinner!